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basis for our country. and that is immigration reform. by refusing to act on comprehensive immigration reform, there is great cost to the american people in job the undermining of the rule of law and destruction of the opportunities that will arise by tackling this head on. the longer bewe delay passing comprehensive immigration reform, the greater the cost of inaction in both economic, human, and security terms. every week that congress is in session for the rest of the year, i'll be here on the floor talking about the cost of naction on immigration reform. in this, there's a clear path forward a comprehensive immigration reform bill. a compromise took a little give and take from both sides. bill supported by the labor community, by the faith community, by farmers and farmworkers that passed the united states senate with more than a 2/3 majority. we've introduced a similar bill here in the house with a growing numb of bipartisan co-sponsors and are encourage the speaker and majority leader to bring this bill to a vote with we have confidence it will pass. our economy will suffer treme
an italian problem. >> definitely not. the biggest part of these immigrants - they wish to go to germany, norway, other parts of europe. at this moment there's a more flourishing economy. this is an historical situation in which people are leaving their home lands because of the change of the climate. because of wars, it's a massive activity. >> this is the center which the italian authorities built to house mying rapts on lamb -- migrants on lampedusa. it was built for 250, maximum 300. there's a lot more than that here these days. at the moment there are over 700 inside. we were not given permission to enter. >> so through the fence we spoke to mohammed from damascus. how was his sea journey from lampedusa? >> so dangerous, so crowded. the waves and the sea - it's too dangerous. >> what do you want now? what is your dream for the future? >> to complete my studies. to have respect. >> lampedusa was a sleepy place known for fishermen and sun sets. now it has a fame it never desired, as the island which people risk everything to reach. >>> one year ago today the east coast braced itself
the immigration status of anyone that wanted to rent an apartment in the city. >> what came of that was out right bigotry and animosity toward latinos. this was a community we felt welcome in and loved very much. >> and all white city council passed the o ordinance. her win is significant. not only for minorities it's for activating latino voters. 45 % of la teen latinos who cast a ballot had never voted in an election. the overall hispanic turn out in the district, more than tripled singsince the last city electio. he says the sigh secret to the success was simple. woo>>ts. we fe decided from the getgo tht we needed to talk person to person to hispanic voters. >> inside of those homes bilingual volunteers took on the peperception and problem keeping hispanics from the polls. voter apathy and unfa unfamiliarity. here is a do google map from yor house to the polling location. and if that is not good enough we'll give you a ride. >> they had a secret weapon. i'm here at the door now when you go into the polls you will see my father and mother ma roo yeah. roo -- maria. 18-year-old went to the polls
difficult years. we went totally broke. and people had basically given up on the country immigrating. so being, coming, having gone through that, which was caused by so badly mistaken government policies in terms of public spending, they spent everything. they put on huge debt. they build massive white elephants. and so they squandered a good part of our oil riches and that's what led us to that decline. >> rose: you're in the sofa business too. >> yes. we have to compete. >> rose: with carlos slim. >> he bought the government monopoly. what they call the ppt the whole thing. they had local phone, long distance phones, mobile phones, all kinds of links. everything was monopolized by the government. and this also was put to sale by salinas. and that was good. but the bad thing was they put it for sale as a monopoly. so it became from a private -- from a public monopoly it became a private monopoly. and very well run i have to say. >> rose: by carlos salinas. >> yes. they did what they had to do. and they became a hugely successful private monopoly. >> rose: are you friendly rivals. >>
says he will now join house democrated to pass comprehensive immigration reform this year. my sbchb with the california republican congressman jeff deny nam, that's right ahead. later, cnn's interview today with the former vice president dick cheney. cheney says edward snowden is "a traitor." plain and simple. my asthma's under control. i don't miss out... you sat out most of our game yesterday! asthma doesn't affect my job... you were out sick last week. my asthma doesn't bother my family... you coughed all through our date night! i hardly use my rescue inhaler at all. what did you say? how about - every day? coping with asthma isn't controlling it. test your level of control at asthma.com, then talk to your doctor. there may be more you could do for your asthma. for those nights when it's more than a bad dream, be ready. for the times you need to double-check the temperature on the thermometer, be ready. for high fever, nothing works faster or lasts longer. be ready with children's motrin. ♪ [ male announcer ] eeny, meeny, miny, go. ♪ ♪ more adventures await in the new seven
parties pander to them because of immigration or on business or whatever. >> rose: nationalistic issues. >> exactly. >> i think exact you, a actually you are right but i woul would d another point, not just economies are not growing fast enough and slow growth it is the political economy of slow growth at a time when inequality is widening and there is the gains from the growth there is overwhelmingly to few people so for the very person in a lot of the rich world, the stagnating or even falling, that is just not a sustainable situation for years and years and year in a democracy. >> rose: yes. a lot of politicians have dealt careers on making scapegoats of the dispossessed in an economic downturn. >> he has written a book called the last vote in democracy is in trouble. that is a big problem. >> rose: i will let him tell me what is the theme of the book. >> you have the two threats, the bottom up one people are dissatisfied with politicians and ratings of congress, for example, they vote less and vote for extremists more and then the second element is the top down one which is their de
decades. it was off the road enjoying the european union in two thousand and four that immigration reading shots up up to two thousand and seven when recession hit western europe instead potent some time back. that now the number of immigrants is rising again. at the cafe but she knew that if the states in the midst of teaching him that his ten children he said so and so many parents moved abroad to work to earn money ben has been lucky or not sound that saved me a chance to see me on the one hand it's good that people bring many here from abroad and tested here. which means there's some activity. yet when she says it's thanks to them that we have courts here the other hand it's just sad that in people and meeting with their whole families construction is one sector intended to state that has benefited from immigration has also shown me that this house was built was money earned abroad. i mean i've bought the land and we built the house or so. it's the truth. this was brutal divides his time equally between potent and fell to the quilt one of the film immigration is a very good it allows p
can see the great haul, the first place immigrants saw arriving in the u.s. >> for more, let's go to john, who is on ellis island this morning. ellis island suffered terrible damage during sandy. how much of the facility will be open today for visitors? >> well, stephanie, good morning. it's a 27.5-acre site here. just to give you an indication of where we are actually sited, so you know, we're in the northern end of new york harbor. we'll get jimmy, our cameraman to pan over the financial district in manhattan. this site is most famous today for the american immigration museum, and tourists who do come here today for the first time in a year will see the famous halls and they'll see the big great hall where as tom was saying just now, immigrants got their first glance at the united states, and that famous staircase where immigrants were vetted by the doctors as they went up the staircase. the doctors was looking at them to see if they had diseased. many of them, 2% of the people who came here were sent home. what they won't see is the 1 million artifacts and documents they had to
. right after this was all over, the president said look, congress, the student immigration bill and a farm bill . they dropped the mic and left. you can see the tone is changing somewhat and that the expert nations and hopes are changing because we just got passed a major showdown in congress heard maybe people are worn down and actually ready to get something done. what do you think about this? the spending numbers that they're working off of so far different because the republicans in the house are working off a number that accounts for the sequester cuts happening. the democrats in the senate not so. as a result of that what you have is that they're looking for a sequester replacement. they're trying to find savings elsewhere in the budget now the savings can you be spending cuts or the closing of tax loopholes. these tax expenditures. either way, you're looking for ways to bridge the gap which is about $90 billion. but that might be some way to find ground in the middle. host: our guests joining us for discussion this morning. let's start off with rich who is joining us from
for a piecemeal approach to immigration reform, which is the opposite of what he was doing six months ago. >> then he overreached along with ted cruz, which, florida ain't texas. >> i have a good feel for this. how do you navigate this wild bunch that is the republican party right now in a way you can eventually win the nomination. >> you tell people what you believe in. >> governor christie model. >> immigration reform, he needed to say the same thing on english language radio station, spanish radio station. i've said it before. i'll say it again, nobody ever stops you when you are going 90 miles an hour, if he was going 90 miles an hour in support of immigration reform and very aggressive about it, actually attacking poem that opposed him. even in his own party, you know, quoting the "wall street journal," quoting other small government conservatives, he would have done well, but -- >> it would have been hard now, he would have benefitted tremendously. >> he would have benefitted down the road and been a rock rib conservative. >> can he still recover here? >> it will be hard to recover
. the daughter of immigrants from india hopes to become a paediatrician. she's a premed major at queens college, who lives at home. her tuition is under $6,000, all heir family can -- her family can afford. >> the college bays large amounts of aid. >> we are getting students, first in the family to go to college or first in this country. without us they wouldn't be able to transcend the particular situation and move up. >> financial planner bob traitz says cost has everything to do with how families pick schools. >> from working class families they select on affordability and geographical convenience as opposed to living on campus. >> with tewition on the rise, families are looking at where they can get the most bang for the buck. the "washington monthly" produced one of many lists ranking colleges on that. queens college is number two. the study looked at 1500 colleges. queens was one of the best in helping low income students get degrees at affordable prices. >> "washington monthly"'s prices took fact a record for producing cutting edge class. measuring the value of college can lead to differ
breaking a parisian code, wasn't it? instead of pretending these immigrants were not there, you're actually inspired by their colors, their hair, their clothes, and you turn them into your collection. >> definitely. i was very inspired by different people always. maybe -- with me, i felt a little different. a project at school. for example, not doing football. i was more touched by people that are a little different or could be rejected. they inspire me also because i do not know it was another world. for inspiration, for example, because close very clearly, very early became my attraction -- clothes became nmy attraction, a subsection. as more attractive to addressing people than addressing myself. it was not my objective desire, my own person. so i think that if i looked, the market inspire me. people different in it the streets or inspiring me. not what was fashion. maybe i was a finding something to were very inspiring. laurant. i like the ones that are different and have their own style. i like the ones that are different. they have style. i love them. so everyone that was different, i
of the island, which welcomed millions of immigrants to america, reopened to the public. but the vast majority of the museum's artifacts, about 1 million, remained here. >> textiles. it's just a remarkable collection of personal objects that people left behind. >> reporter: some of the more sensitive objects have to be kept in this very, very cold storage vault. most of them are film projects you can see stored here on the vaults. >> this is a passenger list from 1902. >> reporter: sandraman's team showed us some of the document which showed immigrants arriving from the island. this book, signed by the turn of the century is signed by people visiting the statue of liberty. all of these will remain, until repairs and upgrades are completed at ellis island. sanderman is proud to be preserving this piece of history. >> we owe it to future and previous generations to protect and preserve these items. >> reporter: there is no exact window when those repairs will be completed. vic, back to you. >> okay, monique. thank you very much. also, there is no estimate for how much it will take to make the re
to check out the island that welcomed millions of immigrant to this country that was completely submerged when sandy churned through the harbor and without power for months. more than a million historical items are restored. >>> the state legislature begins a special session on the issue in just about an hour. advocates on both sides gathered outside the state capitol. in lawmakers pass the bill, hawaii would join 13 states in allowing gay marriage. >>> the sox took the lead in the top of the sixth thanks to the three-run homer, a touching moment when they held up plac d placards for stand up to cancer, with the names of those affected by the disease. game five is tonight and that is your news cycle. in the guest spot, we're supposed to trust the supreme court more than the political branches of government because it's supposed to pursue justice not politics. what if the court is increasingly unable or unwilling to pay that role. richard poesener argues that two forces risk undermining the court's legitimacy. the first is complexity as science and technology and economics radically up en
of the popular immigration station and american immigrant wall of honor outside. the immigration museum will remain closed through the spring. much more news after this. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] eeny, meeny, miny, go. more adventures await in the lexus lx, rx, and new seven-passenger gx. dare to be spontaneous. >>> between the u.s. spying revelations and the problem with the obama care website, it seems president obama may have a management problem on his hands. our chief political analyst gloria borger is here watching all of this for us. is the president on top of these critically important issues? >> it seems to me that at the very least, wolf, there is some kind of a management problem over at the white house. you have the president saying he's angry that he didn't know that the website was having problems with his signature domestic legislative achievement. he also, we're now told, didn't know about angela merkel's cell phone being tapped as well as other friendly leaders' cell phones being tapped, until very recently. and so the larger question that i think you have to t
finally reopens to the public. but the historic site, where millions of immigrants entered the united states, still has not fully recovered from this storm. alison harmelin is on ellis island and has more for wjz. >> reporter: boats filled with tourists, returned to ellis island for the first time since super storm sandy slammed the historic site last october. jace and lisa chenko came from cleveland. >> my father passed away, about a month ago. it's kind of nice to trace the roots back to where he came through. and just -- where he first stepped footo this country. -- foot on this country. >> reporter: vincent brought his daughters from france. >> this is the river of america. it is a big part of new york. >> reporter: rob lores brings students from wales every year. >> last career, the students were absolutely gutted that they couldn't see it. so it's great to be able to see it this year. >> last year, they needed about $sphesm million in -- $77 million in repairs after the storm flooded the island with water. >> reporter: here, as many as 5,000 immigrants entered the u.s. every day
of immigrants and to the united states is about to resume receiving visitors for the first time since superstore sandy's search gushed in the new york harbor. >> of all the buildings of the ellis island immigration museum are due to reopen to the public today, almost one year after the storm. allied is what boyle as an electrical systems and left the 2.7 acre item without power for months. >> but the national park service note that much work still needs to be done. more than 1 million photographs and other artifacts remain in storage while buildings are fixed and upgraded perry it >> a fight over renewing the nation's farm bill has centered on cuts to the 80 billion of your food stamp program. >> but there could be unintended consequences if no agreement is reached--- milk prices. >> members of the house and senate are scheduled to begin long awaited negotiations on the five- year, or roughly $500 billion bill this week. >> if they don't finish it, dairy supports to expire at the end of the year and send the price of milk skyward. >> the farm bill sets policy for farm subsidies, food stamps and
tour where millions of immigrants entered the u.s. ellis island needed about $77 million in repairs after getting damage by the storm, but they traction, still not fully recovered. >> my father passed away about a month ago. it's just kind of nice to trace the roots back. >> last children the children could not see it. it is great to bring these guys over today. >> more than million photographs and other art fax are still being held in maryland while buildings are still being fixed and upgraded. the 27-acre property is expected to be fully restored early next year. >>> one of the worst storms in years blasted great britain today, killed at least five people. the storm pack winds close to 100 miles per hour ripping waves v feet high along the coast. they already nicknamed it stormageddon. it left 250,000 people without power. in london, it caused a gas explosion that destroyed three homes. >> unfortunately two bodies have found. bodies testify a male and a female. >> the impact felt at the airport was forced to cancel more than 100 flights. the storm later rippedly belgium, denmark,
, known for his tough tactics on undocumented immigrants. they toured the so-called tents where inmates are forced to live outdoors. >> how many times have you been here? >> too many. >> you must like it here. >> i hate it here. >> why did you come? >> why do you hate it? >> the food tastes like crap. it's hotter than hell in these tents. >> well, he made me sad. >> why? >> he's honest. but one of the reasons i do this is so you don't come back. i'm very, very disappointed that you have been here before. >> reporter: tough interviews and tough topics but they're hoping to make us laugh, too. doing for news what "modern family" has done for entertainment, reflecting all of america's next generation. millennials are deciding elections, deciding what we buy which is why advertisers have gone after sophia vergara, the highest paid actress in hollywood, a cover girl selling diet pepsi. it's estimated she makes $19 million a year. here at fusion they want that audience, too. >> we are a generation, we're tweeting all day long. what we want is a place where we can talk about the headlines and
, johnson will work to keep the borders secure, make the immigration system more effective, and lead response to natural disasters. >> in jeh johnson, we have the right person to continue this important work. from the moment i took office, jeh was an absolutely critical member of my national security team, and he demonstrated again and again the qualities that will make him a strong secretary of homeland security. >> think it's tough to carve a pumpkin at the dinner table? some scuba divers get into the halloween spirit underwater. divers submerge themselves off the coast of key largo, florida, with knives to enter the annual underwater pumpkin-carving contest. some pumpkins looking like a traditionally carved jack-o'-lantern, others a little more quirky. 30 divers from around the u.s. took part in the festivities. for "teen kids news," laura ingle, "fox news channel in the classroom." >> i usually just study a lot before, and then after a while i'm not nervous anymore 'cause i know i'm prepared. >> chew a lot of gum. chew on the top of the pens. just try to get through it. >> study
and rv. >>> the state of alabama will not enforce parts of its tough immigration law, reaching a settlement with civil rights groups that permanently blocks permissions that directed public schools to ask the immigration status of schools at enrollment time. that statement also acknowledging police cannot stop someone to check their immigration status. >>> cirque du soleil, and mgm grand being cited. this coming four months after she fell to her death during a show. her line snapped after scraping a sharp edge. the mgm grand and cirque du soleil plan to appeal those citations. >>> could facebook rescue blackberry? potential discussions for a bid for the struggling phonemaker. not sure how serious mark zuckerberg is about acquiring blackberry. >>> singer chris brown has entered a rehab facility one day after he appeared before a judge on an assault charge in washington, d.c. one of his reps said in a statement that brown's goal is to gain focus and insight into his past and recent behavior. his latest arrest could have implications for his probation. that all stemmed from a 2009
they already have. but this is not an italian problem. >> the biggest parts of these immigrants wish to go to germany norway other parts of europe that have at this moment a more flourishing economy. this is an historic situation in which people are leaving their home land because of the change of the climate, because of wars, it's a massive activity. >> this is center which the italian authorities built to house migrants on lampledz. it was--lampedusa. it was built for 250, 300 people. at the moment there are over 700 inside. we were not given permission to enter. so from through the fence we talked to mohamed from africa. how was the sea journey? >> so crowded, the waves, the sea like you see it, it's too dangerous. >> reporter: what do you want now, what is your dream for the future? >> to complete my studies. so have respect. >> lampedusa was a sleepy place known for fishermen and sunsets. now it has a fame it never desired. as the island which people risk everything to reach. barnaby phillips, are al jazeera, lampedusa. >> all right, well, darren haynes is here with sports and game
of the immigrant wall of honor, the immigration museum will remain closed through the spring while a new electric am system is installed. remembrances continue to pour in for legendary rock pioneer lou reed dead at the age of 71. he was a founding member of the velvet underground sunday is widely credited with changing the landscape in the '70s. he wrote and recorded dozens and dozens of songs in his tremendous career. we'll talk more about that coming up. what a tremendous career when you think of all the influences. we'll get into it. >> and he was young, a loss on many levels. >> 71. yeah. >> thanks, mikaela. let's go straight over to ingrid petersen for a look at the temperatures. >> temperatures are bounding up to the 60s. above average. the average is typically in the upper 50s right now. this is only going to last one day, though. we have another cold front swinging through the northeast. it will bring it down for tuesday and wednesday. we are going to have a pattern shift. there is good news behind it. we will see warm conditions for the eastern half of the country. the cooler air switche
" -- that comes as the president is slated to to meet with republicans at the white house on immigration today. that is the latest on immigration. pam from montclair, virginia, what are your thoughts he e -- what are your thoughts? i think she is being disingenuous if she does not know she is being tapped. we still occupy germany. military in the late 70's and early 80's. were all very afraid at that time that germany -- afraid of a united germany am a is what we have now. continue, what does that mean for today? caller: i would expect people are still fearful of a united germany. the presidents disavowing any knowledge, that is what politicians do. that is what they did in the bush administration. i feel like we have more than enough intelligence to protect ourselves. we knew that 9/11 was going to happen. we have only seen an increase of the buildup of military installations and the spying. continue with your phone calls about the nsa spying program. mike conaway, a republican from texas and a member of the intelligence committee would be here to answer your questions about today's hearing o
of immigrants from india hopes to be a paediatrician. she is a student at queens college and lives at home. her tewition is under $6,000 a year, which is all her family can afford. queens college provide aid so students don't have to pick up a job. >> we are getting students from modest means, first in their family to go to college, first in this country. without us they wouldn't be able to transcend their particular situation and move up. financial planner bob traitz says cost has everything to do with how families pick schools. >> working class families are picking colleges based on affordability and geographical convenience. >> with tewition on the rise families are looking at where to get the most bang for the buck. the "washington monthly" produced one of many lists ranking colleges on that, and queens college is number two. their study looked at 1500 colleges. queens ranked as one of the best at helping low income students get marketable degrees. "washington monthly"'s rangings took into account a record for producing scholarships and encouraging students to give back to their country. me
the russian authorities rounded up hundreds of workers because of alleged violations and immigration and employment regulations. they are held in temporary cells where conditions are appalling. >> this footage was taken by a lawyer at a detention center, a flimsy metal shet. some men have been kept here for a week with nowhere to sleep and forced to buy their own food. the police denied they were holding anyone. >> deprived of legal counsel or translators. special courts deported the men, denying them a legal right to appeal. >> a construction site gives a man a job. they don't do it. they use migrant vulnerabilitiy to their advantage. they cheat on them >> this russian worker had trouble of getting paid. his unorthodox method of protest created such a scandal his employers paid the money they owed him. >> well, russia has faced criticism on how they dealt with football racism. recently manchester city player tore was the victim of racial abuse. toure has talked about the incident and talked about fifa's anti-racism task force, and says more work needs to be done. >> translation: th
star in 2002. president of the santa ana school board, lawyer, daughter of an immigration attorney when she met the state attorney general at the time. >> we could talk for hours. policy things and he had great stories. >> reporter: they married, settled in hayward and had a son. after bill became state treasurer he transferred money into her accounts. she won the election and spent a month in rehab. >> i admitted myself. >> reporter: that's where she met a san jose construction worker dealing with a methamphetamine addiction. >> i thought he was a genuine person when i first met him and made the stupid mistake of believing i had to save him. >> reporter: nadya won the election for the supervisor, the high point of her career. but on the personal front, arguments with her husband led to an affair and her own addiction to meth. >> when did you start using? >> i was an elected official and i was a mother and i was a wife. and i made that deshl, bad choice. i'm responsible for making it. >> reporter: steve refused to be interviewed for the story and e-mailed me i have been completely clean
. here, the registry hall, as many as 5,000 immigrants entered the united states every day. now, about that many tourists visit every day. some of the benches of more more than 100 years old. >> reporter: while buildings are fixed and upgraded. the 27-acre property is expected to be fully restored early next year. alison harmelin, wjz eyewitness news. >> today is also the 120th birthday of the statue of liberty. >>> it was a big success for the making strides for breast cancer walk this weekend. 6,000 people came out to walk around lake montebello yesterday, including many breast cancer survivors. the american cancer society walk raised more than $300,000. the money will be used for research and will support money for breast programs for patients. wjz is proud to be a sponsor of making strides for breast cancer. >> and we have a whole group of our staff members who were there. and they are back in the newsroom now with their pink caps. >>> straight ahead. put the remote down and turn off the video games. latest recommendations on how much time children should be glued to their screens.
the boilers and electrical systems of the island's museum that documents decades of immigrant arrivals. the site had no power for months after the storm. more than a million photographs and other artifacts remain in storage while renovations continue. pediatricians are urging parents to limit children's access to tweeting, texting, and other online activities to two hours a day. the american academy of pediatrics published its new policy today in its journal "pediatrics." the group noted that unrestricted screen time and communications have been linked to cyber-bullying, obesity, and sleeplessness. jury selection opened in london today in the first criminal trial triggered by a phone- hacking scandal. rebekah brooks and andy coulson are former editors of rupert murdoch's "news of the world" tabloid, now out of business. they allegedly plotted to hack the phones of celebrities, politicians, and crime victims, and illegally paid public officials for information. wall street's week started on a subdued note. the dow jones industrial average lost a point to close below 15,569. the nasdaq f
that reached across the aisle and done things like go against the government shutdown, work order immigration. he has shown no political courage. i think he is frustrated with benghazi and he should be. >> that's music in your ear as if you are accepting an oscar, accepting an oscar. thank you for coming in. when we come back, if the government handed you $53 billion you would probably do what they wanted you to with that money. why one automaker is saying bailout of death. bottomless mimosas were a dream for young bankners manhattan. all that about to change as goldman sachs reconsiders what is a weekend. ♪ (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. medicare part d plan did you know that if you enroll in a where walmart is a preferred pharmacy, you could save up to 80% on your co-pays over other pharmacies? this could lower your prescription co-pays to as low as a dollar so you can enjoy the things that really matter. and now that we're a preferred pharmacy for many national plans, it's never been easier to save.
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